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College decisions- [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2013, 05:30
Hello Ms Blackman,

I am trying to choose one out of the following programs:-

1. M.S. Supply Chain Management- Olin Business School (WashU)
2. MSB Supply Chain Management:- Smith School of Business (Maryland)
3. MSB Logistics Engineering:- Fisher School of Business (OSU)
4. Master of Management:- Simon Business School (Rochester)
5. Master of Management Studies (FOB):- Fuqua School of business (Duke)

My profile:-

Country:- India
GMAT :- 710
GPA :- 8.89/10
UG Discipline:- B.S Nautical Technology
Work experience:- 1 year internship and 6 months FT as 3rd Mate with a Japanese maritime logistics company.
Career goal after graduation:- Consulting with a focus on supply chain optimization and sustainability.

How do the Simon and Duke programs compare against each other?

Which is the better SCM program- WashU OR OSU OR Maryland?


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Re: College decisions- [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2013, 12:38
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Hi ankitiverson,

Thanks for your post. Unfortunately there is no simple answer for which program is better. I recommend you speak to current students, alumni, and the career centers at each school. Specifically if you are looking to work for a particular company post-graduation, it will be important to know if that business recruits at the program. The more data points you can gather, the better decision you will make in the end.

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Re: College decisions-   [#permalink] 20 Dec 2013, 12:38
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